About Cook Island

The marine surrounding Cook Island contains a wide variety of fish species, anemonefish, bullseyes, groupers, parrotfish, pufferfish, surgeonfish, sweetlips and trevally.

The island's marine also has a mass of additional species, including brittle stars, flatworms and shrimps. The marine is frequented by other native animals include crustaceans, green turtles, jellyfish, molluscs and stingrays.

Cook Island is a breeding site for a number of species of seabirds, most notably terns and shearwaters. 


The Adventure is Out There

Get ready for the thrill of kayaking in open waters and over the waves all the way from Fingal Head to Cook Island. Once we reach the island we will anchor our kayaks all together and jump into the water to explore the life and the amazing reef surrounding the Island. This is a Turtle Sanctuary be ready to see these beautiful creatures! Keep an eye for dolphins and whales too. On the way back get ready for some serious kayak surfing before landing on the beach.

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The Expedition

  • Turtle Encounters!

    Get Close, Very Close!

  • Kayak Surfing!

    Keep your cool!


  • Departing Point: Marine Parade, Fingal Heads NSW 2487

  • Paddling Time to Cook Island: 30 minutes Approx.

  • Seting Up Time for Snorkelling: 15 minutes Approx.

  • Snorkelling Time: 45 minutes Approx.

  • Paddling time to launch point: 30 minutes Approx.

  • Snack Time: 20 minutes Approx.

What to Bring


IMPORTANT NOTE: For last minute bookings (3 hours before the tour’s departure time) please call to check availability on 0449529251 prior to booking.

IMPORTANT NOTE: We require a minimum number of participants to run each tour. If this number is not reached we will offer rescheduling options, and if unsuitable, you will be entitled to a full refund.